Orsic: Oh, this is nothing new, these several Bodies strewn about the room; I have seen it elsewhere, and here, before. I am not shocked--training prevents it And allows only pained expression when it Suits those higher up. These huge trees, oak or firs, whatever Breath their sight takes from you, Are easily cracked, felled, carted off for Fine-carved castle doors, monuments to majesty. The dogwood bends more easily and, though not remarked, Manages to (speaking practically) survive uncut. The scholar, in this confusion, must welcome The King of Norway to an unsightly mess. He must Explain, sign papers, consign succession. I'll agree with Norway on the weather and his choice of Colored cloth--God knows it won't suit him. A change of scene is needed. (Exeunt)
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